Taylor Swift Brings Travis Kelce Onstage at London Eras Tour Show

Taylor Swift closed out her final Eras Tour date in London, England on Sunday with a bevy of guests in attendance, including Sir Paul McCartney. The Beatles member was spotted by fans as he entered the VIP tent and danced along with fans during Swift’s third and last Eras concert at Wembley Stadium. But it was the appearance of Swift’s boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, who made his onstage Eras Tour debut that was the biggest surprise of the night.

During the intro to “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart,” Kelce appeared as one of her dancers and carried her to the couch during the vaudeville-styled segment.

Still, that wasn’t the only surprise Swift had in store for fans. During the acoustic section of her set, she brought out Gracie Abrams to debut “Us” live. Their collaboration, which arrived on Friday, appears on Abrams’ latest studio album, The Secret of Us.

Sunday drew an A-list set of musical VIP stars, reportedly including Peter Gabriel and Jon Bon Jovi, though none of them took the stage. However, McCartney joined fans to dance during “But Daddy I Love Him.”

Like many of her Eras Tour stops, her London run drew many celebrities over the weekend. Members of the Royal Family made an appearance during her opening night at Wembley on Friday: Prince William attended alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Swift snapped a selfie with them alongside Kelce, and she wished William a happy birthday (he celebrated his 42nd birthday on June 21).


On Saturday, Swift invited Paramore’s Hayley Williams onstage — the band is serving as the opening guest for Swift’s European and U.K. Eras Tour dates — during the acoustic section. The pair performed the piano-led “Castles Crumbling” which features Williams, a from-the-vault track from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version). Swift also performed a live debut of The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology track “Thank You, Aimee,” which she played on acoustic guitar and mashed it up with “Mean.”

Next weekend, she heads to Dublin, Ireland. The European and U.K. leg of the tour runs through August, before heading to Canada for a string of dates that conclude on Dec. 8 at BC Place in Vancouver. Swift recently announced that she will be wrapping the Eras Tour for good at the end of 2024.